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Walter Liedtke is curator of European Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and is the Museum’s specialist for Dutch and Flemish paintings.
Liedtke’s publications include “A View of Delft: Vermeer and His Contemporaries” (2000), and the exhibition catalogues “Rembrandt / Not Rembrandt” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1995) and “Vermeer and the Delft School at the Metropolitan” (2001). He is currently completing the catalogue of 240 Dutch paintings in the Museum’s collection.